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On the whole w ole the membership BtemlMtrlt ip of the theNational theNatio theNational
National Natio d Association A of State Rail Kailway Railway Bailway
way Gommwsioners Commi aioners is to be eongratu eon congratulated eongratulMecl ¬
gratulated gratu ated on the proceedings ploceedi of the theEeeeion theseM theEeeeion
Eeeeion which whi lies just ended in Washington Wash Washington Tub Tubington ¬
ington The congratulations OOft are due dueit due dueit dueit
it may be added sot because the asso association aaoCiatiOB aaeociation ¬
ciation has risen to anything like a aconception aconoeptioll aconception
conception of the set of problema which whichit whichit whichit
it is presumed to study but to the fact factthat futtht factthat
that on the whole it took rather mUterbroader a abroader abroads
broader and more intelligent view of ofthings oftJt ofthings
things tJt than has been its i wont in the thepast the6L thepact
past pastIf pactIf 6L 6LIf
If the t e associations annual convention conventionshould COftVOlltionfhou1d conventionshould
should continue for a few years to toshow tofbow toshow
show symptoms of continuing develop development development development ¬
ment in grasp P Pqueetiona and appreciation of the thequestions thequNtiODii
questions before it it it would 1d ultimately ultimatelyrise ultimatelyrise ultimatelyrise
rise to a plane on which the effective effectiveand effectiveand effectiveand
and useful State commissions oommH iOM of the thecountry theOOUIItry thecountry
country would be willing < to send repre representatives representtivea representatives ¬
sentatives and take a a serious part pr in inthe illthe inthe
the deliberations Indeed this year yearshowed yearshowed yearshowed
showed an improvement in this regard regardThe reprdThe regardThe
The Washington Wisconsin WiBeon in and Nevada Ne Nevada Nevada ¬
vada eommisnons ooRun 8l oD8 were represented representedand represeBtedlnd representedand
and did something 8OIIHt ing toward broadening broadeningthe broadea D Dthe
the gatherings conception of its work workBut WOIkDut workBut
But it must be confessed ed that the therather therat therather
rather er tentative and halting Ju ting character characterof t Darae Daraeof
of the deliberations and rc3olutioes rc3olutioesdoes resolutions resolutionsdoes rrJOIutioRdoes
does sot justify assumption UID U yet yetthat yettbt yetthat
that sincere 8 M Ie and intelligent ent friends of a aproper aproper aproper
proper solution of the problems of oftransportation oftraa oftraaaportation
transportation traa porltio are justified in taking takingthese tkinthe takingthese <
these the e gatherings theri at t all seriously seriouslyTake aer aeriouelyTake ouly oulyTak
Take Tak for instance the action of the theconvention t theconvention e ecollveBtion
convention in the various matters con concerning OODcerninc concerning ¬
cerning the broadening broad Bhtg of the IiteratateCommerce Iiteratate InterstateCommerce IiteratateCOJJtJlMJee
> Commerce Commissions Comnti eiolts powers andthe and andthe 8Mthe
the Federal Governments control over overproblems 0l8rproblems overproblems
problems of commerce The expressions expressionsadopted nlKeM expreesiunaadapted < tU tUadopted
adopted were too tentative and DC haltng haltngin
in various cases euea and the expressions oIa of ofantagonism ofaniqolti ofantagonism
antagonism Dt to some of them in the dis discussion discu discussion ¬
cussion cu were far more indicative of ofignorance of5gnorance ofignot
ignot ignorance ce and bigotry than t n of earnestand earnest earnestand erJteatand
and effective purpose to get results resultsThis re reulteThia ultTh
This Th convention ought to be a power powerfor powerf powerfor
for f r crystallisation of public demand for forforward forforward forforward
forward movement It is in fact factliardly filet filetl1ardJy facthardly
hardly a force oree at all allIt allIt allIt
It teems unbelievable that a body of ofrailroad ofrailroad ofrailmsd
railroad commissioners would develop deveioptarry developany deftlopIlI1Y
any opposition oppo itioft to thorough t Federal control con control tttrol ¬
trol of capitalisation It is so funda fundamental lunclaJDenta fundamental ¬
mental an essential to the exercise of ofany ofany ofany
any species of control over traffic and andoperation andoperation andoperation
operation that t it ought never to be bequestioned bequatioDed bequestioned
questioned Yet there t ere was opposition oppositionand oppoIIitionand oppositionand
and opposition oppo which served only one oneuneful oneuKeful oneuseful
useful pupose pupoeethat that of developing how howlittle howlittle bowlittle
little some people in responsible posi positions po pocitiona i itiOM ¬
tions knew about bout the matter matterIn matierIa matterIn
In the matter of indorsing iBdorai a valua valuation vahaation valuation ¬
tion of railroads favoring limitation of ofFederal of1edsa1 ofFederal
Federal injunction injunet u and some other othermatters ot othermatters er er1I1tten
matters the convention acted in the therighi theright theright
right direction and if its resolutions resolutionsare
are not to be construed as a clarion clarioneall eJrionealJ clarionBally
eall Bally still they are rather better than if ifthey iftbey ifthey
they had faced in i the other direction directionThat direetiOftrut directionThat
That is about bout all that can be said for forthem forthem forthem
Developments De relopments of the hut week have havegiven Avegivea havegiven
given the Administration Admin 8tration two problems problemsof pro ieof
of a highly hil ly serious aerio nature affecting our ourrelations ourreJatiou ourrelations
relations with LatinAmerican coun countries ecMIltirle countries ¬
tries The gravest problem proWe for the thejcnoroent themomcllt themoment
moment is presented in Nicaragua Nicaraguawhere Niearapahere Nicaraguawhere
where here President Pre ident Zelaya elaya has executed executedseemingly executede executedseemingly
seemingly e milllly without proper warrant twoarnerianaGrace two twoAmericans twoAmericanaGrace
Americans AmericanaGrace Grace and Cannon Secretary Secre Secretary 8eer 8eertary ¬
tary Knox and the navy officiate oll iala have havedetermined havedeteraainei havedetermined
determined to act promptly prblnl t1y and vigorously vigor vigorously yiaorouely ¬
ously Already warships wanJai have been sent sentto MIltfA sentto
to the Nicaraguan coast and marines marineswill marinesill marineswill I
will ill probably land Additional naval navalforce uY1io navalforce
force io is likely to be dispatched and nd it itjnay itmay itmay
may even be necessary to send Ile d Droops DroopsPunishment oopIPuaWune roans roansPunishment
Punishment t of some sort will be meted metedout metectout metedout
out to Zelaya and it will probably probablytake proMblytake probablytake
take the form of recognition r of the gov government 10 10CrDJllellt government ¬
ernment of his rival Estrada that thatrecognition thatlfeOIIIltion thatreeogaition
recognition being backed up by force ofarms of ofarms ofar
arms ar It can be said of course that thathad thathad thathad
had these two Americans not be been n tan tangled taJIgled tangled ¬
gled up in j affair trailll that t were not their theirown theirow theirown
own ow they would never have got into intotrouble iiootroaWe intotrouble
trouble and that it is not the business businessof bush bushof
of the Government to interfere At the thesame theame thename
same time public sentiment will strongly strong strongly trong1y ¬
ly back up whatever action aetiutbe actit tt the AdministrMlon Admin Administration AdMini ¬
istration i tration deems necessary D to el enforceproper enforce enforceproper oroe oroeproper
proper respect for the lives and nd prop property pmpcrty property ¬
erty of American citizens This is i the themore theIDore themore
more true because of the apparent wan wanton 11111ton wanton ¬
ton savagery Yagery and lid barbarity of the execution exe execution ececutiou ¬
cution of the two Americans AInerieanflThen AmericansThen
m mThen
Then there is j the th > cloud 01lf1 that is i loom looming looml1g looming ¬
l1g ing up in the direction of Chile Be ¬
cause the Chilean government has re refused refused ¬
fused to pay the just Aleop claim the theUnited theUllited theUnited
United States may be driven to drastic drasticmeasures drasticmaeaurea i imeuurel
measures Already Secretary Knox Knoxhas Knoxbu Knoxhas
has threatened to t end diplomatic rela relations relat relations ¬
tions t with iUt Chile unless it takes certain certainsteps certainteps certainetepe
steps teps preliminary to settlement And Andwhile Andwhile Andwhile
while it is freely talked that Chile will willgive willgive willgive
give way the fact xet is that the Chilean Chileanpeople Chileanpeople Chileanpeople
people are a fighting nation and they theywill theywill theywill
will be quick to resent any fancied in injustice injU8t injustice ¬
justice jU8t even to the extent of going to towar towar towar
war if need be The Chilean problem problemmay problemmay problemmay
may prove extremely troublesome trouble olfte be before before before ¬
fore it is adjusted adjustedThe AdjustedThe adjustedThe
The regrettable r ettbIe phase of the t e whole wholebusiness wholebusiness hole holebu8ineM
business is that any serious trouble troublewith troublewith troublewith
with Nicaragua and Chile is likely to tobe tobe tobe
be felt In our relations with other Latin LatinAmerican LtinAmerican LatinAmerican
American republics The efforts of ofEHhu ofElihu ofElihu
Elihu Root went rent far to better our ourLatinAmerican ourLatinAmeriean ourLatinAmerican
LatinAmerican relations reJatio 8 and it will willbe willbe willhe
be unfortunate if those relations are areimpaired areimpajred areimpaired
impaired impairedGOVERNMENTS impajredGOVERNMENTS impairedGOVERNMENTS
Not since the Sherman law was ItS en enacted enacted enacted ¬
acted has the Government achieved as asimportant asimportant asimportant
important a victory over a gigantic giganticcombination giganticcombination igantieeombilltion
combination of capital as the one ithas it ithas ithas
has achieved ac iend over the Standard Oil OilCompany OilComrny OilCompany
Company CompanyThe ComrnyThe CompanyThe
The decision of the circuit court at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis is sweeping sweepi and nd leaves no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the combination in the eyes eyesbf eySbf eyesof
bf the law is illegal ml and that it is to tobe tobe tobe
be dissolved It is the opinion of ofcapable ofeapabIe ofcapable
capable lawyers that the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the United States will stand standby standb standby
by b the decision deeis Oll of the lower court courtIn courtIn rt rtIn
In more ways 18 than one this decision decisionis
is momentous It marks an important importantmilestone importantmilestone importantmilestone
milestone in the history 1ti8tor of the struggle struggleof
of the American people to prevent them themselves themelvtJS themselves ¬
selves from being overmastered by tre tremendous tremenclOU8 tremendous ¬
mendous Aggregations ag egwtioDS of wealth Ith When Whenthe Whenthe Thenthe
the suit against the Standard Oil Com Company Company Company ¬
pany was begun it was the disposition dispositionof
of many to look on that monopoly as asinvulnerable asinvulenLbIe asinvulnerable
invulnerable The suit was to a eon considerable eonid eonsidZrable ¬
siderable id rable extent ext nt looked on as a test testof testof testof
of the strentgh strenth of the Sherman law lawHad JawHad lawHad
Had the Government failed to win the thecase thecue thecase
case there would have Jaa ve been widespread widespreadexultation widespreadexultation ide preadexultation
exultation on the part of those elements elementswhich elemeatawhie1t elementswhich
which are opposed to the th public exer exercising ex exci8ing exercising ¬
cising any y restriction r over combinations combinationsof
of capital It is when w eft one contem onetemplates eoIIteIapJat contemplates ¬
plates s the moral and ud legal effects e eeta of a adecision adeeiaioft adecision
decision adverse a verse to the Government in intnis iJltg intais
tnis action ae that the importance of the thefinding tMfindiug thefinding
finding in favor of the Government is isbest illbeat isbeat
beat understood understoodFor 1UMIenMOod 1UMIenMOodPor understoodFor
For more than a third of a century centuryJohn eeaturyJoAn centuryJabot
John D Rockefeller and a combination combinationof
of the most powerful capitalists in this thiscountry thilOOUlltry thiscountry >
country have devoted their energies e to tothe tothe tothe
the building builcl B up of the Standard Oil Oilmonopoly Oilmonopoly Oilmonopoly
monopoly It is i something for the publie pub publie pbHe
lie to be able to realize that even these thesemen emeJI thesemen
men with ith the vet forces of capital at attheir attheir attheir
their command have not been able to torear torer torear
rear up a fabric which hiclt is above the thelaw UteIw thelaw
law In this t i there is a valuable lesson lessonalike JeIIIiOllalike lessonalike
alike for the public and for the great greatfinancial greatIbiancial eat eatfinaJICil
financial powers of the country countryThat oountryTbatthe countryThat
That Tbatthe the decision deci ion of the circuit court courtwhich courtwhich courtwhich
which was a unanimous u one one means meansmuch DteDSJDue meansmuch
much in a strictly legal l I way is also alsotrue a1eotrue alsotrue
true Just now there is a suit pending pendingin
in the Supreme Court against a < ainst the To Tobacco ToMOOO Tobacco ¬
bacco trust Indications are that the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil decision means the dime dissolution di880JUQon dimelutjon ¬
lution of the Tobacco trust t Solicitor SolicitorGeneral SolioitorGMtIA SolicitorGeneral
General Bowers points out that the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil case and nd that against n t the theTobacco theTobacco theTobacco
Tobacco trust are the first attacks upon uponan uponan uponan
an aggregation of several industrial com companies eotftpanie companies ¬
panies i into a combination through thro h stock stockproprietorship stockproprietorahip stockproprietorship
proprietorship and stock agreements agreementsThe agreementliThe agreementsThe
The decision amounts to a new and andimportant ndimportant andimportant
important application of the Sherman Shermanact SberllULnact Shermanact
act It will be of the greatest t impor importance importance importance ¬
tance in other proceedings under the theSherman theSberftULu theSherman
Sherman law Attorney General Wick Wiekersham Wickentham Wickersham
ersham pronounces it one of the most mostimportant matimportant t timportant
important decisions ever rendered in inthis iBthis inthis
this country countryShould countrySJtoald countryShould
Should the Supreme Court affirm ftirmthe ftirmtheeireult thecircuit the thecircuit
circuit court eourt it will II he worth while to tosee toHe tosee
see whether < the decree of dissolution dissolutionaccomplishes d dissolutionaccomplishes eolutiottaccomplishes
accomplishes what it sets out to accom accomplish aceomplfah aecomplish ¬
plish and whether w etber there is a restoration restorationof reet rationof
of a measure of competition in that thatpart thatJ14rt thatpart
part of the oil business now controlledby controlled controlledby controlledby
by Standard Oil influences influencesThe inftueneeeThe influencesThe
The decision deei ion will doubtless increase increasethe increasethe e ethe
the efforts from various var 0U8 quarters to get getthe getthe getthe
the Sherman law modified modifted1UId and it will willprobably winprobably willprobably
probably have the effect too to make makeCongress makeCoqre makeCongress
Congress extremely doubtful about try trying trying trylug ¬
ing to extract any of the tft teeth from fromthe fromthe lt ltthe
the law in question questionSecretary ctueetlonBeeretarY questionSecretary
Secretary Knox X ox will be entitled to temuch tomuch tomuch
much consideration as a diplomat if he heget heeta heget
get eta Great Britain and Germany to fol follow tollow follow ¬
low his h advice advlCIIfp lgn the Chinese loan loanagreement Joanfoement loanagreement
agreement foement and lid adjust their difference differencelater c1ltrerencelllater dlfterenceslater
later laterThe 1 1The
The Nebr Nebraska aka law against cigarette cl cigarettesIs < arettetl arettetlI
1 Is working wordi A Nebraska editor has hashad haaI hashad
had his weeks week supply pply of paper held up upin upIn upa
in a the express expr office because bee zealous xealousofficials sealo sealootftcIa zealousofficials
officials thought It contained the mak makIns makla makins
Ins la
Good evening evenl have any of your ad admiring admlriae admiring ¬
miring friend named nam you a as a candi candidate eandldate candidate ¬
date for CorautiMdoner of the District DistrictWhat DlatrlctWhat DatrictWhat
What No They must be the real realthine realthl realthing
thing thl then theaThat theRThat thenThat
That California man who traveled lraYpI41d18Iaoo
181800 miles oaring his courtship of a agirl achi agirt
girl whom he finally wedded could have havejust havejust I IJUK
just about spent pent his h honeymoon in the theWhy themoon themoon
moon moonWhy
Why should folk folks get BO excited over 1 a afew afew afew
few football accident en and remain remainalvewhen pa pavive pasp paspsine
vive alvewhen when they study the death rate nLt for forwhich torwhich forwhich
which the automobile ta responsibleCanada responsible respomribleTCanada rponaiblefCanada
Canada ha h baa the fever for a big bl < navy navyA navyA navyA
A good antidote would be to give care careful earetul careful ¬
ful study ady to Uncle Unci Sams ams appropriations appropriationsfor
for thl th this purposeDesertions purpose purposeDesertion purpoMDe
Desertion De from th the < army are again againon apJnon againon
on the increase Sure sign that peaceis peace peaceis peaceIs
is seriously rIowly threatened and that hu huids busi busies bulnea ¬
ids es is getting better betterThe betteta bettetThp betterThe a
The Weather Veatht > r Man Ian Isnt in favor of ofWashington orWashington ofWashington
Washington giving Congress Congr ll a particu partkuinly particularly
inly warm rClepU receptlun n
Swiss Minister and Wife WifeHonor WifeHonor VVifeI
I Honor Guests at Dinner
Photo Copyrighted CopYrf bted by G V Book BuckMIME BookMWE BackMME
Mrs Churchill Candee Has Distinguished Company to toMeet toMeet toMeet
Meet Mr and Mrs RiUerSwi Ritter Swiss s Legation Is IsMade IsMade IsMade
Made Attractive for Entertaining
The Swiss Minister and Mme Hitter Hitterwere RIUerwere Ritterwere
were the gttests in wh4 wh wh + e lnnor w + ior Mrs MrsChurchill MrsChurchill nJ nJChvretttlt
Churchill Candee entertained a party partyat JMLItyat partyat
at dinner last evening at t her home in inRhode InRhode inRhode
Rhode Island avenue avenueMme avenueMme VeDue VeDueInK
Mme Ritter who arrived in Wash Washington Waahi WashIngton ¬
i ington a little over a month ago < 0 to tojoin tojOin tojoin
join the minister who came in June Junehas Junebeen Junehas
has been given a cordial welcome She Sheis SheIs Sheis
is one of the most charming hot hotMr hoRMr hostesses hostessesMr
Mr and Mrs Foster FosterEntertain F FosterEntertain ster sterEntertain
Entertain at Dinner DinnerMr
Mr and Mrs John W Fetter entertained enter entertained enterI ¬
I tained tal a party at dinner last evening eveningn eenlnglin
lin in < n honor of the American Ambassador Ambassadorto Amba4i ador adorI
I to Germany y awl Mrs David Jayne Hill Hillj HillThe milThe Hilli HillThe
i + j
The Military Attache of the French FrenchEmbassy FrenchBmbaao FrenchEmbassy
Embassy and Countess Count de Chambrun Chambrunwwe Chambrunwere Chambrunwars
were host hosts at t dinner last evening eveningt eveningThe ovenlngThe eveningThe
+ t
The Hon Rachel KayShuttlerworth KayShuttlerworthof
of England who has been the guest guestof xutor guestof
of her brotherinlaw brotherInI and sister tel the theMillltary teKlllttary theMlllltary
Millltary Attache of the British BSm BSmbassy XmhaM I8mbemy
haM and the Hon Mrs M James Jam is isspending Iependine Isspending
spending several days clay in Richmond RichmondUpon RichmondUpott RichmondUpon
Upon her return she and her sister ater will willgo willKO wiltgo
go up to Boston for several days day dayMr daysMr
4 4Mr +
Mr and Mrs John Johntaiued n R R McLean enter entertained onterted ¬
ted a large party of young oun < people p at atluncheon atlunebeon atluncheon
luncheon today at their country place placeFriendship flaCFrtendiJhIp placepvlendahlp
Friendship in honor of Miss I Davlde DavldeYulee DavideYulee > avide avideYulee
Yulee Noble and Lieut Sherman Miles MilesU WHeeU MilesU
U S S A whose marriage takes tk place placeWednesday placeWedneaday placeWednesday
Wednesday The guest included the themembers theI themembers
members of the bridal party and a num number numMr number ¬
ber of this tfcl U eaon seasons debutantes debUtantMXiu debutantesMiss
Miss Mis Bather Smith dausiiter claudt of Mr Mrand XrI Mrand
I and Mi Mrs Thomas Tho Wilson Smith 1 la the theguest thet theguest
guest t of Mi X Mies Ruth Bowyer daughter daughterof
of Capt J M Bowyer superintendent superintendentof
of ttte Naval Academy and Mrs Bow Bowyer Dowyer Bowyer ¬
yer yeri i if iMi
Mi MISt Ovenihine ha 11 has gone JJOn te Fortfnelling Fort FortSnelltng FortSneUinc
Snelltng Minn where she tts 1 Is the guest guestof guetof
of her brother Ot stye t E G Orencitm OrencitmTwentyeighth OehtTwentyelchlh OvenphhueTwentyeighth
Twentyeighth Infantry InfantryMrs JntanlryMrs
+ 1 1Mrs
Mrs Ransdell RansdellHat RAudellH RanadellHis
Hat H His Returned for Winter WinterMr Winterre WinterMrs
Mr re Daniel M Kndeil wife wi of the the8ergeantatArms theaergeantatArma theSergeantatArms
8ergeantatArms oi or the Senate nat8 who whopent whopent whospent
pent the summer I In the W West t with withMajor withMajor withMajor
Major Ransdeli hn h has returned to Wash Washington WuhI WuhIIn Washington ¬
ington In < ton and opened their house on B Bstreet BtrMt Bstreet
street streetThe
+ 1 1The i iTtwt
The naval tea at the Young Woman WomanChristian womanChrleUan WomanChristian
Christian Home SU C street northwest north northwest northWMt ¬
west WMt will be omitted this year owing to tothe tothe tothe
the serious illness IUne of the superintendent superintendentThere u rlnlentlent rlnlentlentThere
There will be a meeting of the board boardof bOardof boardof
of trustee at the home on Wednes Wednesday W8dneday Wednesday ¬
day November 24 to receive donations donationsMr donltJonaMra
+ 1 1Mrs
Mr Mrs Robert Fitch Shepard and Mis MisShepard MI MIShepard Miss MissShepard
Shepard will be at home on Wednes Wednesday Vednesiays Vednuby ¬
day iays after January 1 LMiss 1 1j 1Miss 1MI
+ j
Miss MI House of Roland Park Balti Baltimore Daltlmore Daltimore ¬
more Md will entertain at R alar alardebutante large largedebutante largedebutante
debutante breakfast on Wednesday Wednesdaying Vedne ay De December J 8 8cember ¬
cember 1 Miking Mkln xk ing her guest afterward afterwardto rd rdto
to the matinee Among those from fromWashington fromWahlton fromWashington
Washington who will attend will be beMiss beMl8s
Miss Margaret Worthington who madeher me meher made madeher
her debut last Thursday ThursdayMis Thur dllY dllYMIM
4 4Miss +
Miss Evelyn Chew who spent the thefew tn last lutfew lastfew
few days in Philadelphia INM J nu returned returnedto
to Washington Washingtonfc
4 4Mrs fc fcMr 1M
Mr M Mrs S J Solmaon SOI of the UI Amherst Amherstwill Amnenttwill Amherstwill
will be at home on Tuesday d during lfc the thewinter tl tlwinter thewinter
winter season seasonMrs M8OnMrs
4 4Mrs
Mrs Low LowHas LowBaa LowHas
Has Gene te California CaliforniaMr CaliforniaIra CaliforniaMe
Mr Ira A Maurice Low Lo ha has none lIOn to Cali Cailfbrnia California CaUfornl ¬
fornia fornl to spend sp nd the winter season IHUUIOnMr
4 4Mr + 1 1Mr
Mr and Mr MtJ William C Denny Who Whoare whoAre Whoare
are spending the autumn season at the theVirginia theVI theVirginia
Virginia VI nla Hot Spring entertained a alarge alarge alarge
large party at luncheon yesterday at the theDaniel theDaniel theDaniel
Daniel Boone Cabin Cabinj CabinCol CabinCol
4 4Col j
Col and Mrs Henry Watterson of ofKentucky ofKeatucky ofKentucky
Kentucky who have been the guest of ofMr ofMrs ofMrs
Mr Mrs Stanley Matthew since lnce their arrival ar arrival urival ¬
rival in Wanhlr Washington Va hlngton > Kton will leave for their theirhome tht theirlinnet > lr lrhrUUf
home tomorrow Mrs Matthews Matth wH enter entertained Nitertalned eutertatned ¬
tained a party part Informally at dinner last lastevening laatcycning lastevening
evening In their honor
of the diplomatic dlpiOm UC circle speaking p < Mmg Eng English Eagll English ¬
lish ll h perfectly and having traveled ex extensively exteastftly extensively ¬
tensively The legation which rich Is one oneof OIIeoC oneof
of the most tastefully furnished houses housesin housesin ea eaIn
in Washington is miggeetlve of Japan Japanwhere JapeJwhere Japanwhere
where the minister spent > eight years yearsbefore y yearsbefore nl nlMeOre
before coming to Washington The TheMinister TheMlntater TheMinister
Minister and Mice Ritter have a collection col collection coIlectiolt ¬
lection of rare Oriental furnishings furnfehingswhich furnishingswhich unUW np nphlch
which hlch they accumulated in their travel travelGive tra travelsGive vela velaGive
Give Dinner in n Honor HonorOf HonorOf HonorOf
Of Coming Marriage MarriageGen
Gen and Mr Mrs ra William F Draper Draperwere Draperwere Draperwere
were hosts at A dinner last evening evenln In Inhonor Inhonor
honor of Mis X Davlde Yulee Noble and andLleut andLieut
Lieut Sherman Mile l1Jea U A whose whosemarriage whoeemarriage whosemarriage
marriage will take place on Wednesday Wednesdayat
at fit 8t Johns 1ohn Church ChurchMi ChurchXu
4Me 4
Mi Xu s Hodges entertained en tIne a party at atdinner atdlaner atdinner
dinner laat evening in honor of Mrs MrsOoethal MrJoethala MrsGoethals
Ooethal Mrs Qoethai will spend the theThanksgiving theThankJldvlng theThanksgiving
Thanksgiving holidays the guest of ofGeneral orQenral ofGeneral
General and Mrs Aleshir leaving leavingshortly Ivin Ivinsbortly leavingshortly
shortly afterward for Panama Pa to Join Joinher joinher joinher
her husband Colonel Goethal GoethalJ GoethalMrs GoetbalMra Goethalsd GoethalsMrs
d + J ¬
Mrs Sutherland widow of the bite biteGen aleGen lateGen
Gen Charles Sutherland U S A who whospent whopent whospent
spent the last two months in Milwaukee MilwaukeeWi MilwaukeeWk MilwaukeeWis
Wi Wk and in Troy N Y the guest of ofher ofher ofher
her sons JIG has h returned to Washington Washingtonand
and has opened her apartment lit theCordova the theCordova theConJova
Cordova for the winter winterLuncneen wiaterLulie season seasonLuncheon
Luncheon Lulie Party PartyAt PartyAt PartyAt
At British ritis Embassy EmbassyThe bbayThe EmbassyThe
The British Ambassador and MrsBryce Mrs MrsBryce 18 18r
Bryce r entertained ent rtalnecl a a large party at atluncheon atluncheon atluncheon
luncheon today at the embassy in honor honorof hoftOrot honorof
of the Turkish rkIeb envoys who are visit visitIng YleatIn visitlug
lug In in Washington WashingtonMr WaahlntemMn WashingtonMrs
Mr Mn Cocheu wife of Capt Prank PrankCocheu llrankCoeheu FrankCocheu
Cocheu Twelfth Tw lftb Infantry on duty with withthe withthe withthe
the general staff baa returned to her herapartment herapartmflnt herapartment
apartment in the Dupont after JlP8ndfnthe spendingthe spending spendingthe
the cummer at Governors Island At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic City and Mountain Lake Park PlukJilrs Parkh ParkMrs
4 4Mrs + h
Mrs Isa Isabelle belle lIe K 7h Chase who spent the thesummer tbeummflr thesummer
summer and autumn season at her herplace herplace herplace
place at Northport Me has arrived arrivedin arrivedin arrivedin
in Washington and ha hall opened ope ed her herapartment herapartment herapartment
apartment in the Brunswick for thewinter the thewinter theI theinter
winter season seasonMrs 8eIUIOXlll
4 4Mrs I
Mrs Randall R R H Hess AM has returned returnedto rned rnedto
I to Washington Yaablnct n from New York where wHershe w we whereshe
she e spent the last week weekMrs cJtlm rrtecMrs
Mrs Philip PhilipSpending PltI1i PltI1iSJN11 PhilipSpending
Spending Winter Here HereMr HereMr HereMrs
Mr Mr Philips widow of the Jat late Rear RearAdmiral RarAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Jack Philip PbJllpoII Sc attending 11 the thewinter thewtnt thewinter
winter wtnt r in Washington at t 1768 Corooran Corcoranstreet Coroorantreet Corooranstreet
street streetdipt streetCtaptt
ofe ofe0ILpt T
dipt and Mrs Albert Cleave U S SN Shave
N have taken a house on o t Corcoranstreet Corcoran CorcoranI CoreonuttreeL
I street near New Hampshire I ampshlavenue ampshlavenuefor avenue avenuefor JL1en JL1enf
for f < r the winter months monthsj monthsMr
4 4Mrs j
Mr AI Mrs Mile Miley widow of Ccl John D DXiley DIUley Dlilley
Xiley and her children have hav returned returnedto
to their Washington home after spend spending spendInaf endIn ¬
ing In the summer in the mountain mounta of
Virginia VirginiaMrs VlrnlaMra Vf ginia giniaMrs
+ J ¬
Mrs KanUt widuvr wid of the late Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Albert Kant a S S N 1 Is the theguest theJtQeSt theguest
guest of her brother Rear Admiral Jo Joseph JoMph Joseph ¬
seph HentphiU U S N in his hi home homeon lIomeon homestreet
on P street streetMrs streetMrs
IItnoetto to tolrs t
Mrs lrs Spurzin Spur n widow of the late Gen GenWilliam QenVllilam GenWilliam
William F Spurgin ha has returned to her
home on Tweniynrst Tw ntyftrst street after afterspending afterspending fter
spending th the summer with her daughter
Mr Mrs Gunner wife of Licit Edwin Gun Gunner Gunner Gunner ¬
ner Twentyfirst Infantry Infantryj InfantryMr
+ j
Mr 1 and Mrs W S Knox entertained entertaineda
a party JJrt at dinner last evening infor informally Informally Informally ¬
mally In compliment to their debutante debutanteniece debutante1Ilece debutanteniece
niece Miss las Nina Knox Van Aredale ArsdaleSEEK AredaleSEEK AredaleSEEK
PROVIDENCE I R It I Nov a JIA JIAmovement 21Amovement A Amovement
movement to secure an f endowment fowment or of2Gtt000 orx200000
2Gtt000 for Brown University Unlvenl ha has jut jutben jutbetn justbern
ben started by President W H PFaun P PFaun PFaUtl4
Faun Nothing Las u been done as yet yettoward yeltoward yettoward
toward securing pledges pltd < e but workingplan workingplans working workingplans
plans have hav b bin n H ranged and the work workwill workwill workwill
will be carried on as soon HS t possible possibleTho pottslhlsfl possibleTile
Tile fl i fund aiod when t < l it tt441 cte 4i t will lie l avail available availalJt available ¬
able for the general work olk oi the univer university university university ¬
Made First Thefts to Play Stock Market MarketLuck Luck Against Him HimWanted Wanted Luxury LuxuryFor LuxuryFor LuxuryFor
For Family More Than for Self
Continued from Fourth Page PageMartha Fg FgMartha PgeMartha
Martha Polk the octoroon would be besent beHnt beemit
sent to Cincinnati for emergency emergencymoney emergencymoney nG7 nG7mone
when Parts Partsgown ParMgowna Parisgowns
money mone This Tb happened also
gown and lingerie cam came from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and the first nat of a series of aut autnuhlle auto automchUM automt
nuhlle mt hiles made its I appearance appearanceAfter appearance apperiLnoeAfter appearanceAfter
After the expulsion from the Alta Altamont Altamont Altamont
mont the widow the child and the thecctoroon thecetoroon theectoroon
cctoroon went to the Hotel Haviin in inCincinnati InClnclnntl inCincinnati
Cincinnati There were more hilarious hilariousparties hUarloUpartlea hilariousparties
parties extravagance even wilder wilderthan wlldrthan wilderthan
than before and another request req t tc tovacate tcvac tcvacate
vacate vac the suite suiteThe suiteThe Ue UeThe
The establishment wa tram moved in sac succession saccession ue uecesskm
cession to New York back to Cincin Cincinnati cmotnnaU Cfnofnnatl ¬
nati to the Gibson House then to the theHotel tbeHotel theHotel
Hotel SInton and finally to the Sun Sunapartments SUnapartmen Sunapartments
apartments apartmentsWife apartmen apartmenWife apartmentsWife
Wife Attacks AttacksTemptress AttacksTemptrOlHl AttacksTemptress
Temptress of Husband HusbandThe HuebBdThe HusbandThe
The woman according to the detec detective d8t d8tUves detectives ¬
tive Uves had violent quarrel quarr during this thteperiod t1Uaperiod thisperiod
period of prosperity with Cook He Hemade Hemade Hemade
made vain effort e orta to prevent her furious furioublackmailing turiousblackmalUne furiousblackmailing
blackmailing of Warrlner He wanted to toget toKet toget
get rid of her and told her JIG o frankly franklyFor frankl franklFor franklyFor
For thl th this she he tried to horsewhip him hintin himin
in Cincinnati Mr Mrs Cook knowing knowin < her herhusbands herhusband herhusbands
husbands desire to free himself sought soughtMr oughtMr soughtMrs
Mr Mrs Ford after thi this and finding ndln < her herin herin herin
in the Cincinnati postoffloe scratched scratchedher acratehedher scratchedher
her fact pulled her hair and tore her hermillinery hermillinery hermillinery
millinery to shred shreds Then the widow widowwent widowwent widowwent
went to Chicago and 4 flourishing a M Mcaiber 11 I2
caiber cal > revolver at t the tb entrance to the theapartment thealtlrtment thearartments
apartment where the Cook lived de declared dft dftdared dedared ¬
dared her intention to kill him For Forthi Forthis Forthis
thi this she wa was arrested and held under underbond under00n underbonda
bond 00n W to keep the peaceEXPOSURE peace peaceEXPOSURE peaceEXPOSURE
IT FT would appear that Warriner up to tothi o otht8 othis
thi this period of hi his torture had hoped hopedfor hoHtdfor hopedfor
for a lucky turn of the market that thatwould thatauld thatwould
would auld give to him enough money to temake to1nake tomake
make good all hi h his defalcation In his hisconfeton blcontealon hisconfession
confession he says ay he found early inAugust in inAugust InAuguct
August that thi this would be Impossible Impossiblewith Impoe8lblewith Impossiblewith
with the fund fun at t his command commandWith co comipandWith upand upandVlth
With thi th this knowledge before him himWarriner himWarriner himWarriner
Warriner stole tole deepirately and boldly boldlyWithin bokI17Within boldlyWithin
Within the months of August Septem September Sept SeptMr Septeinber ¬
ber and October 0 i thi this year he took tookooo tookii4e
ii4e 54000 ooo Much of thi th this he says y went to tothe tothe tothe
the woman In the case caseHe easeHe caseHe
He might ml bt have continued the looting lootingof <
of the company treasury much longer longerbad lOngerhad longerbad
bad not information come to Melville Kelvtlleln3aU B BIngalls lilt liltIngalls
Ingalls chairman ct c > f the board o of di directors directors l lreetors ¬
rectors of the uBI Big Four that the road roadwa roII4w roadwas
wa w was being robbed robbedWoman bedWoman robbedWoman
Woman Accuses AccusesFriend AccUH8FrielKl AccusesFriend
Friend With Causing Cltllei J Exposure ExposureWarriner ExposureWarrlner Ie IeWan1Der
Warriner asserts that the woman whe whebrought whebroqht whobrought
brought the story tory to the officer of the thecorporation thecorporaUOIt thecorporation
corporation ia the same e one who black blgnckmailed blackmailed b bm11ed ¬
mailed him 001 I gave ve her OOM on Oc October 0c 0ctober October ¬
tober 1 he said She wanted more morelater morelater morelater
later I refused r UMId She Sb threatened to ex expoe expoM expose
poe me I defied her She did what she shehad shehad ke kehad
had threatened She denies den thl this tear tearfully trtully tearfully ¬
fully and nd insist that the informant informantI
Is I the woman upon whom she ha au lav lavished Javed lavIshed ¬
ished ed gown tgot ° na Jewels entertainment entertainmentand entertaJnment8and
and luxuries l xurle in many form formI forma formaI
I trusted tru tea her a and d she he sold me out outsay outIIY out outsays
say says the widow They wont do any anything anythll1g anything ¬
thing to re though They cant Im Imfixed Imftxed Imfixed
fixed so I cant be touched I have let letters letters letten = ¬
ters that protect me me a trunkful of ofthem orthem ofthem
them themFriend themFrlend themFriends
Friend of Warriner assert ert that some someone someODe someone
j j one in the employ pIoy of tr t > Big Four Fourha Fourna Fourhas
ha na given en to thl tb this womau worm assurance of ofimmunity otImmunity ofImmunity
immunity from serious prosecution in inreturn InJitum inreturn
return for the Information which led to toWarriner toamners toWarriners
Warriner amners arrest arrestThe arrtThe arrestThe
The tortured man wa was summoned to tothe tothe tothe
the office of the attorney of the com company company coatpuny ¬
pany J L L Hackney There he was wasconfronted W8confremle wasconfrontel
confronted with the woman story and andwith aIMlwlth andwith
with proofs of hi hill guilt guiltHe pittHe guiltHe
He did not faint He did not cry out outHe otItHe oatHe
He did not deny Calmly he faced f his hisr hi hir
r ccusers eousersNarrates ccusersNarrates ceusersNhrrateas
Narrates Robbery RofefeeryTo ROBgeryTo RobberyTo
To Heads of Big Four FourI wr wrI
I am glad the end ha 1u coma CCMM U he hesaid heaaJd hesaid
said quietly It was w kitting kltttneWbat me msWhat meWhat
What are you going U io do about It Itasked Itasked to toked
asked ked Mr Hackney HackneyI
I will give all I have in the world worldwas worldwa worldwas
wa was the reply That is all I can do doWhat doWhat doWhat
What do you propose to t da d with me meHe mer merHe meHe
He was u taken to New York to the theoffice the theolftc theoff
office olftc off ces of the New York Central rail railroad raUroad railroad ¬
road there to tel ten to the ti head of the thegreat thepeat thegreat
great system of which the uDIc Big Four Fouris Fourla FourIs
is a part the details of his hi thefts theftsTo t tTo theftsTo
To Vice President John 1 ohn Carstensen Carstensenof Car ten n nof
of the New York Central Warriner Warrinertold Warrinertold Tunnertold
told the story It wa w was written aten stenographically atenographically atenographlcally
ographically as he talked transcribed transcribedinto transcribedInto transcribedinto
into typewritten manuscript signed a aa aa aaa asa
a full and free confession oonte lon by the cul culprit culprit culprit ¬
prit and locked in the big safe in Mr MrCarotensens MrCanrt MrCarstensens
Carotensens Canrt nens office officeWhen olfteehen officeWhen
When hen the ceremony of selfaccusa selfaccusation selfaccuaation tacc tacctlon ¬
tion had ad been consummated Charles CharlesL Chari ChariL
L Warriner walked aJked to the window windowraised windowraised windowraised
raised it breathed Ureathed > deeply and said saidThank aaIduThank saidThank
Thank God thats that over I feel bet better better better ¬
ter than I have felt at any time during duringthe durtnethe duringthe
the past twelve t elve years yearsJohn yearsJohn yearsJohn
John H Walker of the Pinkerton Plnkertonforce Pinkertono Pinkertonforce
force o wa wu placed in charge of War Warriner Warriner Varrlner ¬
riner and the two journeyed back to toCincinnati toCincinnati toCincnnati
Cincinnati There the pair were quar quartered quartered quartered ¬
tered for two day days in the SInton hotel hotelone hotelone hotelone
one of the finest in America Am riea while the theattorney theattorneys theattorneys
attorneys for the Big Four prepared preparedthe prepatedthe prepasedthe
the case against Warriner for prepara preparation preparation preparation ¬
tion before a magistrate and experts expertsfrom expertfrom expertsfrom
from New York worked over the ac accounts ac account nocounts ¬
counts in the Cincinnati headquarters headquarterspaying hea4quartersJayln headquarterspaying
paying < particular attention to the thefund thetunds thefunds
fund in transit account accountAfter AecountAfter accountAfter
After an Investigation of six days daysthey daY8they daysthey
they announced that they had discov discovered dlltCOvered dieovered ¬
ered shortages to the total of oCand 9SMO 9SMOand Mltt > + lQ lQand
and added that they expected to find findevidence slidevidence nd nd0vJdeuC4t
evidence of other theft theftsThen theftThen Uietta UiettaThen
Then Warriner was arraigned IIrral < ned Thl Thlwas TItle TItleas Thiswas I
was as on Saturday November S I He Hewaived Fie Fiewaived e ewaived
waived a hearing and wa was held in Inban 3 Sey SeyoDi
600 bail for court courtWithin courtWithin courtWithin i 1
Within six hours neighbor nel hbora of the theman theman theman
man In the pretty suburb of Wyom Wyoming wyom wyomIne Wyoming ¬
ing had pledged their homes that War Warriner Warriner rar rarrlner ¬
riner will be in court when wanted wantedfor wantedfor wantedfor
for trial It te Interesting Interestl to note the theextent t textent theextent
extent to which friendship goe p goes in inWyoming In InWyoming InWomlnc
Wyoming Wyomingi WomlncJobn WyomingJoin
i John I Hill formerly chief of the theBOURKE u uBOURKE theBOURKE
NEW YORK Nov 21 IDurin 21During During the therecent ther therecent
recent r ent mayoralty campaign Richard RichardCroker RichardCroker RichardCroker
Croker former bos bo boss e of Tammany Hall Hallsaid HallBaJd Hallsaid
said saidThis This must be a bad campaign campal < n If IfBourke ItBourke IfBourke
Bourke Cockran downt df nl know which whichside whkhRlele whichaide
side to flop to Mr Cockran was in inNew InNt inNew
New Nt York today and replied to the thesquires theflui thesquires
squires flui ts sally t ally thusly Croker never neversaid neveraid neversaid
said aid anything wnrthv of Comment ex exIO exceyt
ceyt IO t what bat I wrote tu or him
bureau of filtration of the city of Phil Philadelphia PhIIadelph Philadslphia ¬
adelphia adelph Is a resident re there After he hehad hehad hehad
had been acquitted by a Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJury Philadelphiajury Philadelphiajury
Jury of charge of conspiracy to tofraud de defraud defraud ¬
fraud the municipality out of million millionof JuIor
of dollar onars he was welcomed home lIoutetorchllgbt by a atorchlight atorchlight
torchlight procession and by formal formalspeeches torJltlapeechea formalspeeches
speeches In which hi h his neighbor ex expressed expre oxpressed
pressed ed their unshaken confidence conf dance In Inhim Inhim inhim
him himWarriner
Warriner was wa indicted by the grand grandjury graadjury grandjury
jury some days later and another a bond bondof beadof bendof
of 3Mt Wo00d 3 00 was required for his appear appearance appearance appearnoes ¬
ance in court He tried for twentyfour twentyfourhours twenttfourhours twentyfourhours
hours to raise this th sum and failed failedThen faUedI fakedThen
Then he surrendered himself and Adnow i inow is isnow
now in jail Mrs Ford wa was arrested arrestedthe arrestedthe arrestedthe
the same me day and ie 1 confined in the thesame theme thesame
same me prison prisonSome prltonSome prisonSome
Some of Warrlnera friends asoert that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there never will be drastic punishment punishmentof
of the prisoner prl oner They Intimate that thatknow he heKnows beknows
Knows many thing which would be dis disastrous d da dim dimaetrous ¬
astrous a to the interests ts of the
Four If they should be told toldExperien toldExperien toldExperiene
Experien ie e May MayTeach MayTeach MayTeach
Teach Prisoner Bleeding Plan PlanIn PlanIn PlanIn
In a word they imply that the man manwho manho manwho
who ho ha has been blackmailed may take takeleaf
leaf from the book of his experienceand experience experienceand experienceand
and may tugs blackmailer to obtain obtainleniency btatnenlenco obtainleniency
leniency enlenco and nd perhaps Immunity ImmunitySo Immunlt ImmunltSv
So the matter rest rests The Big Four Fourha Ji PourIns our ourn
ha n been looted of a a sum estimated e ttmated at atiW atlnepIo t tnMtOlOonetenth
lnepIo nMtOlOonetenth iW iv onetenth of Its preferred pre rrK cap capital capItal cepi1at
ital stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The woman upon whom rest rests the thecharge thecbarJe thecharge
charge of having blackmailed the thief thiefout thlelout thiefout
out of a large proportion of the loot lootboasts lootboasts lootboasts
boasts that she will not be proeeeuted proeeeutedShe pro prosecutedShe eeuted eeutedShe
She threatens thr tens to tell things that will willblow wutblow willblow
blow up u the offices of the Big Four FourIf FourIt FourIf
If she shall be called as a witness in the thecase theC81te thecase
case caseThe
The Chicago man who has been named namedby namedby namedby
by Warriner as the one o who instituted institutedthe Institutedthe institutedthe
the blackmailing game says that he will willnot willnot willnot
not be punished punishedThe punl punishedThe hed hedThe
The office of the Big Four Pou In Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
cinnati are under investigation by men menfrom menfrom menfrom
from the New York office ot ees of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Central railroad d Warriners place placeIII placeIs
1 III occupied by a New York man Virtu Virtually VlrtuaJly Virtually ¬
ally every ona on of Warriners associates associatesfeels 3SIOclLtMfeels associatesfeels
feels he I 18 under suspicion suspicionThecW suspicionThe fdon fdonThekJ
ThecW The cll wild life of roistering in theCinclnnttl the theCincinnati theClncinntitI
Cincinnati cafes baa ha been abandoned by bythe bythe bythe
the sj sports > orts rts of the Big Four and the thei thetip
i tip ha halt gone out that everybody everybodymu must twork mustwork mustwork
work hard and lye clean and straight straightDetectives straightDetectives straightDetectives
Detectives in the employ of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Central are trying to learn if ifWarriner ItWarriner ifWarriner
Warriner has hidden any of the loot lootThey lootThey lootThey
They say he has not accounted for all allthe aUthe altthe
the money he ha bu stolen but that he heha heh hehas
ha h has planted enough to provide aot aotonly aotonly sotonly
only for future necessities 1MC8IIfi1tl but but for to togoodly a agoodly agoodly
goodly share of f the world worlds luxuries a awell U UeII aswell
well wellStory wellStory eII eIIStory
Story Differs DiffersIn DiffersIn DiffersIn
In Unimportant Details DetailsBeside DetailBe DetailsBesides
Beside Be 1de the statement made te Vice VicePresident VicePreeldent VicePresident
President Carstensen Carst of the New York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central Warriner made another confes confession confession confession ¬
sion xc t Prosecuting Attorney Hunt In InCincinnati InClncIultI InCinciui
Cincinnati Cinciui atl after his indictment and andwhen andwben andwhen
when it was apparent that he he must re remain re remain remain ¬
main In jail jailThte jailThis jailThis
This d differs trer in several unimportant de details details details ¬
tails from that made in New York YorkHe YorkHe YorkHe
He said that Cook and Mrs Irs Ford com commenced commenced commenced ¬
menced their demands for money upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the supposition that Warriner was wasshielding washle1din wasshielding
shielding hle1din the thefts of certain officers officershigher otficenlhl officershigher
higher hl h r up in the Big Four company If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the peculations of these the e man should be beexposed bee beexposed
exposed e po Warriners defalcations would wouldalso woulda1 wouldalso
also a1 o be made public So he bought boughttheir boughttheir boughttheir
their silence silenceThis sllnceThis silenceThis
This addition to the first confession confessionha contes confessionhas lon lonhas
ha has caused ed a demand in Cincinnati Clnelnn tI for fora fora fora
a deep and merciless probe into the ac account account accounts ¬
count of all the officers of the com company company company ¬
pany for the past P fifteen yearsIf years yearsIf eers eersIt
If Warriner shielded others higher higherup higherup higherup
up and he got ot away with a sum ap approaching approaching apepreaching ¬
proaching fI401410 lMNOtM 008 what is the total totalamount 1011amount totalamount
amount taken by all the thieves Is the thaquestion tA tAque thequestion
que question Un heard on all side aidesScene sideScene sld sldScene
Scene of Love LoveWhen LoveWhen LoveWhen
When Warrior Meets Family FamilyIn
In a modes little home In Wyoming Wyomingare
are the two persons who are hit hard hardest hameet hardest ¬
est by the disgrace the patient wife of ofCharles orrJe8 ofCharles
Charles rJe8 L Warriner Warr ler and his twenty twentyfouryearold tentytourYMrokl twentyfouryearold
fouryearold son sonCharles oRCharles sonCharles
Charles Warriner jc took dally walk walkwith wanewith walks walkswith
with hi his father into the woods near Wy Wyoming wyoming Wyoming ¬
oming while the older man was as free freeunder freeunder freeunder
under bail He tried to divert the older oldermans oldermans oldermans
mans mind from the meditations upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his crime and its It consequences con He sent sentaway lenty sentaway
away y the curiosity seekers > who peer peerabout peerabout peerabout
about the tome 10 me and protected him from fromprofessional fromprofe fromprofessional
profe professional lonaJ Interviewers InterviewersWlien Interview81SVo1ten InterviewersWhen
When the two men returned after afternightfall afternlJrhtfall afternightfall
nightfall from their rambles In the thewoods thewoods thewoods
woods a brave little lit U tie woman met themat them themat themt
at t the door doorIt doorIt doorIt
It wan this picture I saw in Wyemlrig Wyemlngthta Wyomngthis Wyemlrigthi
thi this meeting of the three In the lamp lamplighted lamplighted lamplighted
lighted doorway doorwayThe doorwayThe doorwayThe
The sons son hand was upon the fathers fathersarm fathersarm fathersarm
arm as the th couple reached the thresh threshold thrMhold threshold ¬
old oldUYou
UYou You are tired Charlie saW Id the themother themother themother
mother motherThe motherThe motherThe <
The mans head nodded wearily wearilyWeary wearilyWeary wearilyWeary
Weary Man ManChokes rIanChokes ManChokes
Chokes With Emotion EmotionNever EmotionNever EmotionNever
Never mind pear dear heart came the thewomans theomanI thewonanh
womans voice I have a nice supper supperwaiting JiUpperwaJUn supperwaiting
waiting waJUn a like nke oldfashioned country countrysupper eouatryupper countrysupper
supper We e are re going to have a nice nlee nleeoklaahloned niceoldfashioned j joldfashioned
oldfashioned happy evening to go with withIt withIt withIt
It ItThe
The door closed upon the weary man manand manane1 manand
and his kin kinHe kinHe kinlie
He I is disgraced a confessed thief but buthe buthe buthe
he ha hu the warmth of love about him himand himand himand
and the torture of the blackmailers blackmail era te teat Iat isat
at an end endHe endHe
He Is glad that the end of his h agony agonyte oilYat agonyis
te at hand It may be that he willspend will winpend
spend years in prison notwithstanding notlt1lataOOlnthe notwithstandingthe
the prediction of those who say y he h will willturn willturn willturn
turn blackmailer and force his accusers accusersto
to grant immunity to him It may ma be bethat bethat bethat
that he will never have h ve luxuries and will willbe willbe willbe
be compelled to work hard for the bare barenecessaries barenecearlefl barenecessaries
necessaries of life lifeWhatever lifehatever lifeWhatever
Whatever hatever comes now he h said to tome tome tome
me I am ready for it There can be beVETERAN beVETERAN beVETERAN
Peace reigns once more among < the thelocal the10MaI thelocal
local garrisons of the Army and Navy NavyUnion NavyUnion
Union of which hlch Capt J Walter alter Mit Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell ¬
chell is president presidentAccording presidentAccording presidentAccording
According to plans which are in pro process proC process ¬
cess C of fulfillment today as an out outcome
come of a repress representative ntative meeting last lastnight lalitnl lastnight
night nl ht members of the various arious garrisons garrisonsi garrisonswill
i will get > t to work vigorously vlgorou > I t i increase increasethe Intt inrPasethe l1e l1ethe
the membership member htp of the organization
nothing fl orMasdf r < Uf so bad M s 111 the M hell
through t width I IWOlt1AN haw hawWOMAN ItarreWOMAN
mlti fa the dau6bt n r of a repected
merchant of +
Portsmouth Ohio Her Hererself
huband is ROt dead She new call
herself erself Mr Kn Jeanette Stewart
I I Her B rtetsd friendship tp for Eddie Cook da daCook > ev f
back fourteen 1 years to tae time when
Cook Cook then a young married marriedm man was wasa
a trusted clerk In the Big loci ollieeK
m In Cincinnati She Sbs made
no secret ot 0 t
her infatuation for tordm tordmThe him himThe bimmThe
The woman ha baa been a ptcmtaeat fig figure flgure figU
ure U in the fast set of Cincinnati New
York and Chicago for years SJ SIte Sb e has hasHway haBalway hasalways
always been well s munltod ppiled WIth money alOne
Her latest aotomobOe WM ota by y her hera hera hera
a month ago jaM before t Onjilm isiiss L
Warriners dcfateatfaa feet1e18 were we made madepublic madepabUo madepublic
public publicMr pabUoItrS publicMrs
Mr Mrs Ford FerlHa FerdHac FordHas
Ha Has Twe Chiidrtfl ChiidrtflShe CltiWr CltiWrShe CkildroaShe
She ha has two children a grown son sonand ionand n naad
and a daughter four yean old When Whenhe WhenItbe Whenshe
she he wa was arrested In Chicago about two twoyears twoYNn c cyears
years YNn ago for thNt threatening to kill k l Ed Eddie Edcite Eddie ¬
die Cook Cook an he asserted that the father fatherof ratberot fatherof
of the girl te Cook CookMrs CookKn CookMrs
Mrs Ford ha haa employed an octoroon octoroonnamed ootoroonn octoroonnamed
named n Martha Polk for the put four fouryear tourYEarL fouryears
year YEarL She bra had trouble m to a num number number um umber ¬
ber of hotels because of the noise made madeby madeby madeby
by her and her I er companion at their theirnumerous theirnumerous theirnumerous
numerous parties MJMLrtlShe partiteShe partiesShe
She is now living 1tYtn quietly < in a fesh feshlonable ffulhioaabIe faahlonable
lonable apartment m In Thirteenth street streetCincinnati IiJtreetCSDelnnaU streetCincinnati
Cincinnati Her friendship tor a blondetenographer blondestenographer blonde blondestenographer
stenographer was rudely broken re recently recentJy recently ¬
cently and Mrs 1r Ford blames all her herpresent herlHe r rprment
present lHe nt notoriety upon this tit woman womanThey womanThey 1 1They
They They cant drag me into tilts War Warriner Warriner Warrifler ¬
riner matter she has said I know knowtoo knowtoo knowtoo
too much If they try to bring me Into Intothe IntotM intothe
the case Ill produce a tnmkful tru 1 ul ot otletters otJetter ofletters
letters that will blow 1 1ow up It the whol wholBig wholBI wholeBig
Big BI C Four office officeShows officeShows ce ceShows
Shows Defiance DefianceAnd Defiaoo8And DefianceAnd
And Charges Her Friend FriendDid FriendDid FriendDid
Did you give the tit information lat upon uponwhich uponhleb uponwhich
which hleb Warrmer was wa ttHIr arrested arn site was wasasked wasa wasasked
asked askedI a
I did not Mr Warriner te a gco1 gco1friend goooIfriend gee geefriend
friend of mine and I wouldnt do a adirty a adirty adirty
dirty thing like that I know who did didthough didthough didthough
though It was a a woman who I thought thoughtwas thoughtwas thoughtwas
was a friend of mine Mr Warriner Warrinerknown WarrinerknoWlS Warrinerknows
known I didnt tell So does Ms wife I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have talked with her and she knows knowseverything knowseverything knowseverything
everything everythingMr everythingMnt everythingMrs
Mr Mrs Ford wa was arrested ure tei and sent to toprison tlpdson toprison
prison the day that Charles C Warriner Warrinerwas WarrinerWILli Warrinerwas
was indicted She was released the next nextday nextday
day on a snq uwy bond signed fejr a Cdnelnnati Cin Cincinnati Cinclnnatl ¬
cinnati trust company Officers of the thetrust thetruat thetrust
trust company refuse to tell who conducted con conducted conducted ¬
ducted the negotiation for the ba bagood bail bailI beeT
I T have plenty of money ad a few fewfriendll fewgood
good friend friendll declared Mr Kn Ford after afterher aterher afterher
her release releaseDEBONNAIR releaseDEBONNAIR e eDEBONNAIR
CHICAGO 111 Nov SL 1B41sar ° Edgar S
Cook debonnair man about bout town and andsometime andometlme andsometime
sometime friend of Charles L Warn Warriner Warnner Varrinero ¬
ner nero i ill missing from tromhl his home in the thefashionable thera thefashionable
fashionable ra Leasing Le apartments on onEvanston onEvaBSton onEvanston
Evanston avenue avenueCooks aenneCooks avenueCooks
Cooks attorney DeJavan B Cole Colesaid ColeaId Colesaid
said My client will be on hand to toanswer toaniIWer toanswer
answer any charge that may be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought against him in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the confession made by Warriner I Iknow 1know Iknow
know where here he is and I know his defense de defence deten ¬
fence Both will be produced if any demand de demand demand ¬
mand shall be made for them We do donot donot donot
not anticipate that there will be any
demand demandWhen delDndWhen demandWhen
When reporters went to the home of ofCook otCook ofCook
Cook they found his A wife and t twV sons sonsin sonsIn sonsin
in the library of the handsome apartment apart apartment apartmellt ¬
ment Mr Xn Cook became hysterical hystericalHe h1ltericalHe 3 3He
He ha baa been found oat at last Jaatr she shecried shecrIed shecried
cried criedLater criedLater
Later she said she knew nothing DOthln oany or orany o oauy
any relations of her husband hu ba1Ml with withCharles withC withCparles
Cparles Charles C arles I L Warriner WarrinerMrs WarrinerMrs WarrinerMrs
Mrs Cook declined to discuss the thefriendhip thefriendship thefriendship
friendship of her husband and Mrs MrsJeanette MrsJeanette AirsJeanette
Jeanette Ford She did not dewy that thatMr thatMrs thatMrs
Mr Mrs Ford i is the woman who was at attacked attacked attacdted ¬
tacked by her in Cincinnati and the ihaone th tholle theone
one who waited at the Laelng L88I g apart apartments aPL aPLmeats apartments ¬
ments with a revolver declaring thai thaishe th thshe thatshe
she would kill Cook CookEdgar CookEdpr CookEdgar
Edgar S Cook has had a fiaahy career ca career 41reer ¬
reer About twelve year y ago he wasa was wasa
a clerk in the office of the Big Four Fourin FourIn FourIn
in Cincinnati He lost his position positionlargely po ttlonlargely positionlargely
largely so hi his auaperiora declare be because because because ¬
cause of hi h his intimacy with Mrs Ford Fordand Fontand Fordand
and hi hilt extravagant mode of life lifeWhen UfeWhtn lifeWhen
When the Cook family removed to toChicago toCbIClrO toChicago
Chicago after hi his discharge Mr Kra Ford Fordfollowed F01dfollowed Fordfollowed
followed them and was installed In taU cl in aflat a aflat J Jftat
flat near the Cook home She and andEddie andEddie andEddie
Eddie Cook made frequent tripe to toCincinnati toCincinnati toCincinnati
Cincinnati New N e York and other cities citiesCook cltifsCook citiesCook
Cook for year 11I has made a mystery mysteryof
of the source of his income incomeIm Incomerm IncomeIm
Im getting gettln < It easy boys he would wouldsay wouldsay wouhisay
say after drinking a great deal of wine wineand wineand wineand
and it will continue to come CO M as longas long longas
CX Bayless BayJ chief chle counsel counH for C I IWarriner II L LWarriner
I Warriner arrtner defaulting Big Bl C Four trea treasurer treaI treasurer ¬
I surer said today We are waiting for fordevelopment fordevelopmftttJ fordevelopments
development chiefly from the Grand GrandJury GrandJUl GrandJury
Jury JuryAs JuryAs
As to attempting to make a trade tradeeither tradeeltber tradeeither
either by buying a compromise punish punishment pualshI punishment ¬
I ment or holding secret M information as asa asclub asa
a club over those tb who might and probaely prob probaoly probaoly
aoly will n be prosecutor Judge Bayless Baylessrefused BlessreCused Baylessrefused
refused to deny or affirm affirmWarriner aftIrmaniner affirmWarriner
Warriner aniner ha baa not planted a cent cent ac according accordlne according ¬
cording to hi h his counsel and is therefore thereforenot theretor8not thereforenot
not in a position to carry on any such suchnegotiation wchnegotiations suchnegotiations
negotiations a a have been suggested suggestedalong suc suggestedalong < eated eatedalong
along the line of a cash compromise compromiseAs
As to the club swinging lnKl stunt Judge JudgeBayless Jud JudgeBayiese e eBlLyle
Bayless BlLyle says thats another thingIt thing thingIt thingIt
It te I not Improbable that he wa was inno innocent innocent limocent ¬
cent of any and an all transactions such sucha 8uchas suchas
a as rebating though what hat hi his knowledge knowledgeis
is in that direction cannot be stated statedat statedat statedat
at thl tb this time tinteeThat timeThat timeThat
That there the has been no change in the theauditing theaudltlq
l lauditing
auditing department following the War Warriner Varrlner ar arriner ¬
riner defalcation disclosure Is the thecause thlcau th thcause
cause cau of general eral public comment herand her herand her4and <
and has caused great t surprise How Hwever However H Heer ¬
ever It i is said that there the is no onTcial onTcialof otrdalof offcialof
of the uBI Big Four with authority t teither tl tleither toeither
either suspend Auditor Hewitt or de demand d dmand demand ¬
mand his resignation a as he i J an n elec elective ale eleUve aletive ¬
tive officer Developments along alon this thisline thi thisline
line may be expected ex ted next Wednesday Wednesdaywhen Wedneadaywbn Wednesdaywhen
when the BIll Four directors meet
In New York YorkWarriners Yorkarrlnt Yorkarriners
Warriners arriners arrlnt > rs deed dt > ed of his home to the tVieiGuaranty theGuaranty theGuaranty
Guaranty Trust Company of New York Yorkwas YorkW Yorkwas
was W filed here late yesterday e teroaT

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